Listening to the psyche.
Uplifting the soul.
People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own souls. They will practice yoga and all its exercises, observe a strict regimen of diet, learn theosophy by heart, or mechanically repeat mystic texts from the literature of the whole world - all because they cannot get on with themselves and have not the slightest faith that anything useful could ever come out of their own souls.
Here's the paradox. You're here to remember what is eternal and universal - the pure love and spiritual being you are - while expressing that through the magnificent, but limited vehicle of a human psyche and personality.
It's not easy. You have some blocks to love and peace within you. You know the truth but at times you become reactive and agitated. Your relationships suffer. You struggle to balance and fulfill different sides of your personality. And some areas of your life keep showing you where more compassion and insight are needed.
So what is the path? Do you war against a so-called ego? Dismiss all your thoughts and desires as unspiritual? That doesn't work. It's only by bringing love and understanding to the psyche that we will grow spiritually and accomplish our life's purpose.
My gift is in seeing people's spiritual strengths and challenges with unique clarity, bringing the healing light of empathy and gently pointing the way forward. My joy is in seeing the spiritual essence of the person come forward, which then allows your most authentic individuality to flow into the world - with fresh vision and vitality.
The way is through your own heart and life path.
I can show you how.
Dissolving the Blocks to Love and Awareness
The great quest of the human journey is to make the unconscious, conscious. It is to replace inner confusion and fragmentation with a conscious sense of meaning, love and wholeness.
What blocks the love and beauty within us is our false beliefs and the negative feelings and actions these create. When we're trapped in negative habits we suffer ongoing frustration, self-blame and despair.
To become more conscious we must examine the unconscious ideas, feelings and habits that are driving us. That takes paying closer attention and being able to talk about areas of our experience that we have neglected.
We grow by inner listening - and sometimes we need help hearing what is true amid the noise.